The largest high school in Kansas, Wichita East, has welcomed 58 new refugee students in the past year and a half. Many grew up in refugee camps and have no formal education — perhaps haven't ever learned to hold a pencil. The whole school system is learning to adapt.
Despite the simple sweetness of a scoop of ice cream, this frozen dairy product has a complicated microstructure. And this combination of air cells, ice crystals and fat globules affects the way and rate in which different kinds of ice cream melt and collapse.
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